Sidney calls Jesse's parents and lets them know the plan. On Monday night, Jesse and Rise head over to jail to visit Mason. It's raining out—always a good sign. (Kidding. Rain is pretty much almost ominous in books and movies and such.)
Rise is slurring his words—odd, right?—and he's also worried that someone will see him with a cop.
Sidney rolls up in an unmarked car and they drive to the jail. Well, it's not exactly jail. It's more like a meeting place. But anyway.
Before they head inside, Sidney explains that he wants them to tell Mason not to commit crimes. Which is confusing, given that Mason is already in jail.
Oh, Sidney's afraid that Mason is going to take this a step further and have the bodega owner killed. Yikes.
Sidney has the boys wait in a sort of living room while he goes to get Mason; as they do, Rise tells Jesse he was unimpressed with Sidney's little speech in the car. Rise really doesn't like Sidney.
Jesse is stressed by how Rise is acting about Sidney—it seems unfair given that Sidney's just trying to help Mason.
Jesse has a Deep Thought: Rise is performing for Jesse. But Jesse isn't finding his performance very believable.